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NJ Spotlight--Interactive Map: Tracking Per-Pupil Spending, Teacher Salaries Across NJ Districts Size doesn’t always equal dollar amounts; tiny Avalon, in Cape May County, spent almost $64,000 per student -- compared with statewide average of $20,000. The typical New Jersey school district spent nearly $20,000 per student last year, and the typical teacher received more than $61,000, new data from the state Department of Education shows...'

PolitickerNJ—Bill to Install Silent Alarms & Red Emergency Lights In Schools Approved by Assembly Bill to Install Silent Alarms & Red Emergency Lights In Schools Approved by Assembly (TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Ralph R. Caputo, Patrick J. Diegnan, L. Grace Spencer, Cleopatra Tucker, Annette Quijano, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Shavonda Sumter and Angela McKnight to require the installation of panic alarms and red emergency lights in public elementary and secondary schools for use in security emergencies was approved Thursday by the full Assembly...'

NJ Spotlight--Interactive Map: Tracking Per-Pupil Spending, Teacher Salaries Across NJ Districts

Size doesn’t always equal dollar amounts; tiny Avalon, in Cape May County, spent almost $64,000 per student -- compared with statewide average of $20,000.

The typical New Jersey school district spent nearly $20,000 per student last year, and the typical teacher received more than $61,000, new data from the state Department of Education shows.

On Thursday, the DOE released its annual Taxpayers' Guide to Education Spending, which breaks out spending per pupil on such budget categories as classroom instruction, legal services, food service, extracurricular activities, and administrative costs -- in addition to total budget figures and median salaries.

http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/16/04/07/interactive-map-tracking-per-pupil-spending-teacher-salaries-across-nj-school-districts/

Colleen O'Dea | April 8, 2016

PolitickerNJ—Bill to Install Silent Alarms & Red Emergency Lights In Schools Approved by Assembly

Bill to Install Silent Alarms & Red Emergency Lights In Schools Approved by Assembly

 (TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Ralph R. Caputo, Patrick J.  Diegnan, L. Grace Spencer, Cleopatra Tucker, Annette Quijano, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Shavonda Sumter and Angela McKnight to require the installation of panic alarms and red emergency lights in public elementary and secondary schools for use in security emergencies was approved Thursday by the full Assembly.

http://politickernj.com/2016/04/bill-to-install-silent-alarms-red-emergency-lights-in-schools-approved-by-assembly/

By evaloayza | 04/07/16 4:07pm